You might have spotted some of Selwood’s team on TV recently, filmed playing their part in one of the biggest water infrastructure projects in the country.
Viewers of Sewermen on Channel 5 saw Selwood pumps being switched on to get water flowing into a newly-built reservoir in the Lake District, Cumbria. The 50-megalitre facility was filled up over three months to test for any cracks or leaking. Having passed all tests, it will be placed underground to preserve the natural beauty of the surrounding area.
Being able to rely on the accurate measurement of pumped flows is highly important to customers who rent Selwood’s packaged pumping systems. Better measurement means better performance, higher efficiency and reduced costs.
Now customers can be more confident than ever after Selwood specialists worked with a key supplier to help in develop of a new tool which enables us to quickly and easily verify the accuracy of flowmeters used in our packaged pumping systems.
Selwood has signed a three-year partnership deal with JN Bentley to supply pumps and rental equipment from its network of branches around the UK.
The trading agreement cements the long-term relationship between Selwood and JN Bentley, which provides services in the water sector and construction markets and is part of global management, engineering and development consultancy Mott MacDonald.
Filton Airport in Bristol has a long history, first built in 1910 and used in both WW1 and WW2. The airfield is most well-known for its role in the development, manufacture and testing of the Concorde in the 60s and 70s.
At Selwood, we are always looking for ways to improve our products and be exceptional for our customers.
This is why we are now including additional features, which were previously optional extras, as standard for buyers of our market-leading Super Silent pumps in the UK and around the world, bringing them in line with those used day in and day out by customers of our market-leading UK rental service.
All Super Silent pumps sold globally will now be packaged with: